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Quiz 6 :

Ethics Training

Quiz 6 :

Ethics Training

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Which of the following is TRUE of the effort to raise moral awareness and ethics reinforcement in the workplace?
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A

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Which of following is typical of good guidelines for ethics discussion if an organization has to come up with their own (lacking a ready guide or code of ethics)?
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C

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What can supplementation with a web-based ethics program provide that a purely facilitator-guided ethics program may not be able to?
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C

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How does the text define organizational trust?
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A problem at work comes to the attention an employee in a department. She knows it will affect one of her coworkers. The employee without knowledge of the problem would______.
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An employee of a nonprofit organization has a trusting relationship with members of her department. A big component of this trusting relationship is her ability to remember the many positive working experiences she has had with coworkers over that time. What dimension of trust does this reference?
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A new business fails to prioritize ethics training for its employees, and as a result a low-trust environment develops among the different departments of the business. Based on management theorist W. Edwards Deming's quoted thoughts about the importance of trust, what might one predict will happen?
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Which of the following is the best way to begin a new ethics training discussion with the goal of diffusing tension?
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What is the first step in enhancing the moral consciousness of employees, which is itself an initial part of the ethical decision-making process?
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When choosing between an internal human resources employee and either an informal leader or outside consultant to be an ethics training facilitator, what factor is most likely to influence an organization to choose one of the later?
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What is a difference between middle managers and upper-level managers that makes ethics training of particular importance for the middle manager?
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Which of the following is TRUE of the current state of ethics training in the U.S.?
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In what way do long-term employees differ from new employees that makes ethics training just as important for them as it does for new hires?
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What type of employee receives ethics training most often across all professions?
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What should a confidentiality agreement signed by ethics training participants stipulate?
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One can expect an increase in integrity in the workplace to result in what?
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Based on reports by ethics officers themselves, what is their biggest barrier to providing effective ethics training?
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Camilla is the chief human resource officer at her company and is in charge of ethics training for all employees. Her department lacks the funding for extensive seminars and trainers, and most middle managers are not receptive to giving up their employees' time for ethics training. What is the best possible strategy for her in administering proper ethics training?
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Which of the following is a characteristic of superior ethics training?
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Which of the following is a core weakness of most web-based ethics training systems?
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